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Following last week’s severe weather storm, the City of Kerrville would like to announce programs that will be put in place immediately to help city water and sewer utility customers.
Starting Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, the City of Kerrville will waive building permit fees for repairs, reconstruction, and/or demolition related to the winter storm of Feb. 11-21, 2021 to restore the structure to pre-storm conditions.
The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library is excited to announce storytimes will resume this week.
On Feb. 22, 2021, a drawing was held at City Hall to determine the order of names as they will appear on the ballot in the upcoming May 1, 2021 Kerrville City Council elections.
On Feb. 16, 2021, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of Kerrville, public water system ID Number 1330001, to issue a Boil Water Notice.
This past week was one that was unprecedented in the electric utility industry. Winter Storm Uri swept across the State of Texas, spreading record low temperatures, natural disaster and a state of emergency for all of us.
Republic Services will resume garbage collections today and start with Thursday’s route. There will not be any recycling collections today, or next week.
The City of Kerrville’s Public Works Department would like to inform residents of some important changes to solid waste services. These changes will affect those residents who receive services through the city’s utility billing system.
The Kerr Regional History Center will resume in-person operations on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 10 a.m. Limited computers will be available to allow for social distancing and masks will be required.
The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library is excited to share that upon re-opening, patrons will have an upgraded computer experience.
Flag Football season is back on for this spring! The Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting registration for our Adult Flag Football League, which will begin March 4.
The City of Kerrville recently reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring the safety and economic value of area homes, buildings, and infrastructure by adopting the 2018 International Codes of Ordinances.
Heart of the Hills Heritage Center members Dr. William Rector (left) and Linda Karst Stone (center) met with Kerrville City Manager Mark McDaniel Monday to sign an agreement to redevelop and renovate the A.C. Schreiner House at 529 Water Street.
The Kerrville-Kerr County Airport Board is currently seeking a volunteer with a preferred aviation background to fill one vacant position on the board.
The Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library is excited to offer homebound delivery services to eligible patrons beginning Feb. 1.
The Friends of the Library recently made a $60,000 donation to the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library for the purchase of a Neighborhood Enhancement Vehicle.
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department would like to announce that registration for summer programs will open Feb 1.
Did you know that the City of Kerrville could be holding your unclaimed property? The city’s unclaimed property represents checks that were issued, but never cashed.
On Jan. 13, 2021, City Secretary Shelley McElhannon announced that Kim Clarkson has officially filed as a candidate for the Office of Councilmember Place 2 on the Kerrville City Council.
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for employment at the Olympic Pool this summer.
The City of Kerrville Public Works Department would like to inform residents of the local number to call for Republic Services when there is an issue with their trash or other curbside collection services. The direct line to call is (830) 522-3062.
The City of Kerrville would like to announce that positions are available for appointment to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. Board members serve two-year terms expected to begin in April.
The City of Kerrville Public Works, Solid Waste Division would like to remind citizens about their free bulk waste drop-off voucher for the first quarter of 2021. The voucher is intended for residents who have an active account for solid waste services.
The City of Kerrville’s Planning Division, a division of Development Services, is now using MyGovernmentOnline as its database for planning-related cases.
The Public Works Department would like to remind everyone that the 2021 Residential Solid Waste Calendars have been mailed out.
The City of Kerrville recently reaffirmed its commitment to ensuring the safety and ec...
The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for employment at the Olympic Pool this summer. Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to work r...